Anthony Reed has over 30 years in project management and executive positions. His area of expertise is implementing multi-million dollar, international business applications. The business, IT, travel, and sports publications which have featured him include the PMI Today, Dallas Morning News, Runner’s World, Ebony, Southern Living, and the Journal of Accountancy. His latest book is Running to Leadership: What Finishing 100+ Marathons On All Seven Continents Teaches Us About Success. Anthony is one of about 300 people in the world who finished 26.2-mile marathons on all of the continents, including Antarctica. Anthony shows how he fuses marathon risk taking and endurance with project management strategies to motivate global teams through difficult projects.
I had an opportunity to speak with Anthony Reed last week about his background and what will we expect at our March meeting and seminar.
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I enjoy process improvement and re-engineering, taking the "work out of the work". I thrive in challenges and seek difficult assignments. I have passion around project management and am an active volunteer for Project Management Institute. I'm an Agile advocate, specializing in utilizing Scrum/Kanban frameworks in organizations for continuous improvement. I enjoy working in technology space and innovating/implementing new solutions for the users. I don't prefer the term "job security". I rather be part of a change that will increase an organization's potential instead of being status quo.
On a personal note, I'm trying to live a healthy life-style, which includes Paleo and integrating it with Cross-Fit.